Blending the old and new worlds together, the Balearic Islands off the coast of Spain offer a small slice of heaven. Surrender your stress to the heat and langor of Mediterranean life this summer with a yacht charter in these turquoise waters.
Where to go and what to see
Spend the morning exploring the cosmopolitan city of Palma de Mallorca and then head for the marina. Your captain and crew will be waiting to take you on a tour of your very own private oasis for the next week. A stewardess will be on hand, keeping your cocktails topped up and help to answer any questions you might have! After enjoying the Port, you’ll set sail for Ibiza – more than just a party island!
Day two will start with a sunrise anchored off Ibiza – the white sand beckons you so you take the tender into shore to explore Ibiza close up. After lunch at a cafe, you head back down to the port to spend your afternoon playing in the Med. Dinner is onboard, but don’t retire too early as no trip is complete without cruising the town and taking in some of the famous nightlife.
Cruise further north up the coast of Ibiza – sipping coffee as you watch the world go by in the sunshine. Pull into quiet bays, playing with the watertoys, jumping off the bow and splashing in the sea. Come back to the yacht for happy hour! Enjoy ice cold sangrias on the bow as you watch the sunset.
Cruise up the coast of Mallorca and pull into Puerto Pollenca. Plenty of history and culture awaits on this part of the island – walk along Medieval streets and enjoy a coffee at one of the quaint cafes on offer
After the buzz of Ibiza and Mallorca, Menorca will be a welcome oasis. Plenty of quiet bays, crystal clear waters and lazy afternoons await. Enjoy a dinner prepared alfresco on the aftdeck after a long day at sea!
Take the tender into the capital, Mahon in the morning to explore this little gem of the Med. After enjoying lunch in town, spend the afternoon taking the tender up and down deserted beaches for a little tour from your Captain.
For your last full day onboard, a visit to Carbrera Archipelago is a must. These islands are protected, but your yacht will have special permission to moor here. Enjoy a tranquil last night, swimming in the sea, catching up on your reading, and dining alfresco under candlelight on the aftdeck
Today you’ll head back into port at Palma and say goodbye to your captain and crew.